The fourth year of the initiative taking organics into schools has just come to an end.
“Organics to feed the future” for the school year 2015/2016 was targeted at all Italian middle schools to stress the importance of a healthy diet and teach pupils about organic farming and safeguarding biodiversity.
The project not only went into 2,003 classes that received a free teaching kit, but its website involved around 50,000 boys and girls, 4,000 teachers and 1000,000 parents.
The 10 winners of the tied-in competition “Art in organics”, selected by voters on social media channels, are visible on the dedicated section of the project website.
Devised by CSE Italia, “Organics to feed the future” is organized with the scientific support of Federbio and Nutripro, the main-partnership of Isola bio and EcorNaturaSì. The project was sponsored by the Italian Ministry for the Environment and Land and Sea Protection, the Italian National Commission for Unesco, the Italian Representation at the European Commission, and the Expo Milan 2015 Schools Project, and was praised by the Italian Ministry for Education, Universities and Research.